Clinical Studies for vMap®

The vMap Study

​Forward-solution Computational Arrhythmia

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Dr. Krummen presenting "The vMap Study" at HRS 2022.
Dr. Krummen presenting "The vMap Study" at HRS 2022.
98.7%
Regional accuracy for VT & PVCs in patients without significant structural heart*
96.9%
Regional accuracy for all episodes*
97.3%
Accuracy for the exact or neighboring segment for all episodes*
15 mm
Median center-to-center spatial accuracy*
48 seconds
Median completion of the mapping process*
The results were not impacted by lead placement or patient size/anatomy. ​

The vMap Time Study

Forward-Solution Computational Arrhythmia Mapping is Associated with Decreased Procedural Time, Fluoroscopy Use, and Cost.

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Image of American College of Physicians Southern California Chapters 1, 2, 3 Abstract Competition and Scientific Program
American College of Physicians Southern California Chapters 1, 2, 3 Abstract Competition and Scientific Program
20% lift
in procedure throughput *
68 minutes
Reduction in total procedure duration *​
16.3
Reduction in fluoroscopy time *
$2,267
reduction in EP lab costs *

Radio-Ablation Planning Study Utilizing vMap

Computational ECG mapping and respiratory gating to optimize stereotactic ablative radiotherapy workflow for refractory ventricular tachycardia.

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Dr. Ho presenting at HRS 2022, standing in front of a screen showing heart mapping
Dr. Ho presenting at HRS 2022

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REFERENCES: ​*Data on file​